Latin Mass Center stats for much of the world
#11
In Asia i believe India and the Philipines would have the most number of traditional Masses. Singapore has one everyday and two every sunday (all under the SSPX).  I heard that Hong Kong and Sri Lanka have an indult presence and/or local clergy supportive of tradition? Will be interesting to get stats for the Asian and African continents.
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#12
[quote='sheep101' pid='524063' dateline='1266604327']

(authorized every-Sunday TLM sites out of a total)

1) United States: 289  of 359 (80.5%)  46,000 = 6.2 / 1000

2) France: 156 out of 312 (50%) 23,000 = 6.7 / 1000

3) Germany: 49 out of 88 (55.7%) 19,000  2.5 / 1000

4) Italy: 73 out of 86 (84.9%) 51,000  1.4 / 1000

5) United Kingdom: 37 out of 53 (69.8%)  6,000 6.1 / 1000

6) Brazil: 42 (including those in Campos) out of 48 (87.5%) 16,000 2.6 / 1000

7) Switzerland: 21 out of 45 (46.6%) 3,000 2.6 / 1000 7.0  / 1000

8) Canada: 23 out of 39 (60%) 8,700 2.6 / 1000  2.6 / 1000

9) Australia: 17 out of 28 (60.7%)  3,000 5.6 / 1000

10) Poland: 15 out of 26 (57.7%) 27,000 0.5 / 1000


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#13
(authorized every-Sunday TLM sites out of a total TLM masses)

1) United States: 289  of 359 (80.5%)  46,000 = 6.2 / 1000

2) France: 156 out of 312 (50%) 23,000 = 6.7 / 1000

3) Germany: 49 out of 88 (55.7%) 19,000 = 2.5 / 1000

4) Italy: 73 out of 86 (84.9%) 51,000 = 1.4 / 1000

5) United Kingdom: 37 out of 53 (69.8%)  6,000 = 6.1 / 1000

6) Brazil: 42 (including those in Campos) out of 48 (87.5%) 16,000 = 2.6 / 1000

7) Switzerland: 21 out of 45 (46.6%) 3,000 2.6 / 1000 = 7.0  / 1000

8) Canada: 23 out of 39 (60%) 8,700 = 2.6 / 1000

9) Australia: 17 out of 28 (60.7%)  3,000 = 5.6 / 1000

10) Poland: 15 out of 26 (57.7%) 27,000 = 0.5 / 1000

The first number before the = sign is the total number of the priest in the country, the secons the thousandt of them saying TLM
http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/rel_ca...al-priests

The best 5 is Switzerland - France - US - UK - Australia, but even the first has only 7 priests celebration TLM mass out of 1000 prists from the country
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#14
(02-19-2010, 02:32 PM)sheep101 Wrote: I don't know why there is the smirking face thing next to Canada it does't show up when I try to modify it.

Because Canada is worth a smirk and the forum knows it.
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#15
And there's more to this than meets the eye...

Out of "approved" TLM sites, how many are allowed to offer all the Sacraments in the traditional form?  The SSPX does 100%.  I know from reading that isn't the case at all diocesan / FSSP / etc. TLM sites.

The Mass is the cornerstone, but it's not the end of the battle by a long shot.
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#16
(02-19-2010, 11:36 PM)QuisUtDeus Wrote: And there's more to this than meets the eye...

Out of "approved" TLM sites, how many are allowed to offer all the Sacraments in the traditional form?  The SSPX does 100%.  I know from reading that isn't the case at all diocesan / FSSP / etc. TLM sites.

The Mass is the cornerstone, but it's not the end of the battle by a long shot.

What are the differences in the other sacraments? Do you know any places to read about the changes in them / compare them side by side?

I've heard this, but having never experienced the old form have no idea what has actually changed. Thanks.
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#17
From the stats given on the original post it seems to me that it means that there are:

289 approved TLM on Sundays out of a total of 359 TLM centers . The difference offers the mass probably on weekdays only or not on every Sunday.
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#18
Does anyone have the numbers for years past? It's all well and good to see which country has this that or the other thing right now, but as some have pointed out, once you go and start figuring out by population (or by land area, since no one did that), these figures all look somewhat skewed. Anyway, I would be much more interested in knowing how fast the numbers are increasing.
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